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Translating the NATO Alphabet to Plain Text

From Tiny C Projects by Dan Gookin

In this article, we will discuss the NATO phonetic alphabet and how to write a simple program that will translate it to plain text.

Teaching Your Computer to Be Polite

From Tiny C Projects by Dan Gookin

This article talks about writing a C program that writes an appropriate greeting, depending on the time of day, for you when you start your computer.

The C Development Cycle

From Tiny C Projects by Dan Gookin

This article discusses the C development cycle.

The Principles of the Data Mesh Architecture

An excerpt from Data Mesh in Action by Jacek Majchrzak, Sven Balnojan, and Marian Siwiak

This excerpt explores the four principles of the Data Mesh as a concept.

Read this article if you are interested in learning what a Data Mesh is and how it is used.

What Is a Data Mesh and What Is It Used for?

An excerpt from Data Mesh in Action by Jacek Majchrzak, Sven Balnojan, and Marian Siwiak

This excerpt covers

●      What is a “Data Mesh”? Our definition of a Data Mesh

●      What are the key concepts of the Data Mesh paradigm?

●      What are the advantages of the Data Mesh?

Deployment of Fluentd

From Unified Logging with Fluentd by Phil Wilkins

This article describes how and when to deploy Fluentd.

Bringing Fluentd to Life with “Hello World”

From Unified Logging with Fluentd by Phil Wilkins

Let’s image that you’re familiar with Fluentd’s architecture and how to deploy it and dive right into the classic “Hello World” exercise.

Organize your logs

From Logging in Action by Phil Wilkins

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